Surendra is an army officer, and has had numerous affairs with a number of attractive young women. One day he meets with beautiful Anuradha, and falls in love with her. Anuradha too loves ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tum Haseen Main Jawan
Surendra is an army officer, and has had numerous affairs with a number of attractive young women. One day he meets with beautiful Anuradha, and falls in love with her. Anuradha too loves ...
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WS W (br) wrote: Didn't pick this one back in HKLGFF this year because, honestly, I've been scared of Bruce La Bruce's previous work.Surprisingly, this film is rather proper in tone & smooth in narrative, even though sounding a bit far-fetching in story probably.
Trevor L (ca) wrote: One full star for hilarious factor. Jumping yeti and cannibalism.
Facebook U (fr) wrote: Decent horny family summer movie. Some jokes more cringy and creepy than others but the whole stands up. It's a film that looks like so many I saw as kid though. They just go a bit further nowaday.
Christopher S (br) wrote: Historical inaccuracy aside, a well-made and entertaining period melodrama. The production values are appropriately lavish, and Guy Pearce, Saoirse Ronan, and Timothy Spall are great as usual - though I was quite surprised by how good Catherine Zeta-Jones is in this, making me aware of how unfamiliar I am with her as an actress. Not anything extraordinary, but a stylish, satisfying film that deserved a wider release than it got.
Jennifer L (us) wrote: This was a surprisingly good film that I never heard about.
Sarah F (it) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
Justin S (jp) wrote: Good movie. Rented it on a whim once, and was pretty pleased with the story.
Alejandro V (jp) wrote: no s si hay frases clsicas en esta peli o es que han salido de la misma. Me parto, mucho mejor sta q Ao Mariano. A ver si os va a venir la C ...
Amy P (br) wrote: Pretty dire but typical 80's, I managed to get to the end and liked the idea of the "address book killer" buuut asides from that an intersting microwave death it didn't have much going for it!
Michael S (au) wrote: Great soundtrack, among other good things on this nice movie.
Katie K (kr) wrote: das mest up although comical
Paul T (es) wrote: Entertaining in places but not a patch on the original
Jonathan D (br) wrote: Great cult classic 80's movie from the master of the Cult Classic (John Carpenter). Silly, fun, action packed and never dull.
Joel H (it) wrote: Alfred Hitchcock has created a number of great movies, but Marnie is not one of them. This film presents an overly drawn-out storyline with unlikeable main characters. The eponymous Marnie is annoying and Sean Connery is missing his usual charisma. Also, the suspense is undercut by the predictability of the plot. This is one Hitchcock movie I cannot recommend.
Pete W (es) wrote: I saw this with my German friend who doesn't speak great English... Absolutely zero dialogue so it made total sense to both of us. However, lacked any substance because of this.
Brandon C (mx) wrote: Timothy Olyphant stars as agent 47 in the film that will most likely be forgotten about and end up in the $5 bin at your local Walmart when she already has if you found it if you were interested enough to watch it the story involves Timothy Oliphant being hired text to carry out an assassin atten attempt on a Russian presidential candidate and after being discovered is on the run in which case we turn down a long road where he discovers about presidential body doubles cloning KGB operatives and fighting several of himself including a token black version of himself aboard a subway train with dueling samurai swords Olga Kurylenko who's other works of art include the Max Payne adaptation and one of the least one of the least popular James Bond movies Quantum of Solace plays a prostitute who 47 takes under his wing because he feels that she has was in the wrong place at the wrong time and the two of them together as a fish out of water on couple team travel the world and Traverse whole God forsaken unnecessarily complex Master Chief try and figure out what the hell is going on and in the end 47 try I'm so over it all and in his smart sophisticated well-dressed boldly way brings happiness and joy and all is well across the West Eastern Bloc where everyday is a characterday for struggle. Dougray Scott who you might remember as the villain from John Woo's mission impossible 2 the lease light entry into the whole film series as the renegade Interpol agent who will do anything to find and put an end to 47s spree but turns out to be more like 47 then he made himself even realize when the film comes to the to its inevitable conclusion we find out that the two men are very much alike and you will be satisfied hopefully if you are a fan of the games I believe you will enjoy your time there and it proved to be a competent movie with a social script average performances and and one more burning question because of a reboot or a sequel or whatever you want to call it is now in theaters 1 which exact which executive in this film film distribution company or production company decided hey its been long enough let's try this again to do a hitman movie and second can we try to make it closer to the game so people won't feel like we do horned owl of interest story and stuff like that. closing thoughts being I myself as a huge fan of the Hitman games having played the mall and enjoyed most of them give this movie a 2.25 out of 5 I couldn't quite bring this movie up to a average film outside of people who would love the game anyone else who sees this might see just a movie full of cliches and only one in character being Timothy Olyphant's character himself w review and I would love to hear from you guys so to bring this to a close eye the films dollar which will wish you all a deer and can't wait to talk to you guys next time about whatever movie I feel like bringing your review for good morning good afternoon good evening and goodnight.
Paul M (fr) wrote: Not as bad as advertised by movie snobs.
WS W (nl) wrote: Flat, distant & detached.